Order of the 29th of Every Coptic Month

Order of the 29th day of every Coptic month along the year excluding Great Lent and the Holy Fifty Days
The Deacons start normally with the Ninth, the Vespers, and the Compline Prayers. Than they start the Vespers Tasbeha and say the Annunciation Adam/Watos Psali, the Nativity Psali, and the Resurrection Psali in the festive tune. Also they continue the Theotokeia Lobsh in the festive. This also applies for the Midnight Praise in addition to Tennav, the Resurrection hymn. Vespers and Matins start normally in addition to


  1. The Verses of Cymbals of the Annunciation, the Nativity, the Resurrection, including there extra parts.

  2. The Doxologies of the Annunciation, the Nativity, the Resurrection are said including there extra doxologies.

  3. The Psalm response for the 3 feasts are said.

  4. The Gospel response for the 3 feast is said

  5. The conclusion of the 3 feasts is said.

The liturgy is prayed normally in addition to:

  1. Al El-orban is said.

  2. Ni-saviv may be said (some church do so)

  3. The extra hetenies for the 3 feasts are said in the right order

  4. The Coptic Pauline Epistle can be said in the festive way.

  5. The Praxes responses for the 3 feast are said

  6. The Psalm response for the 3 feasts are said.

  7. The Psalm can be said in the Singari tune.

  8. The Gospel response for the 3 feast is said

  9. The Gospel is read in the Festive tune

  10. The Aspasmoses are normally said. (Mostly the Annunciation one is said)

  11. The Fraction of the "Major Feasts" is said.

  12. Psalm 150 is said in the Festive tune and the response is said in the order of the feasts (First Annunciation, Second Nativity, Third Resurrection)

  13. The conclusion of the 3 feasts is said.


Order of the 29th day of every Coptic month along the year excluding Great Lent and the Holy Fifty Days
The Deacons start normally with the Ninth, the Vespers, and the Compline Prayers. Than they start the Vespers Tasbeha and say the Annunciation Adam/Watos Psali, the Nativity Psali, and the Resurrection Psali in the festive tune. Also they continue the Theotokeia Lobsh in the festive. This also applies for the Midnight Praise in addition to Tennav, the Resurrection hymn. Vespers and Matins start normally in addition to


  1. The Verses of Cymbals of the Annunciation, the Nativity, the Resurrection, including there extra parts.

  2. The Doxologies of the Annunciation, the Nativity, the Resurrection are said including there extra doxologies.

  3. The Psalm response for the 3 feasts are said.

  4. The Gospel response for the 3 feast is said

  5. The conclusion of the 3 feasts is said.

The liturgy is prayed normally in addition to:

  1. Al El-orban is said.

  2. Ni-saviv may be said (some church do so)

  3. The extra hetenies for the 3 feasts are said in the right order

  4. The Coptic Pauline Epistle can be said in the festive way.

  5. The Praxes responses for the 3 feast are said

  6. The Psalm response for the 3 feasts are said.

  7. The Psalm can be said in the Singari tune.

  8. The Gospel response for the 3 feast is said

  9. The Gospel is read in the Festive tune

  10. The Aspasmoses are normally said. (Mostly the Annunciation one is said)

  11. The Fraction of the "Major Feasts" is said.

  12. Psalm 150 is said in the Festive tune and the response is said in the order of the feasts (First Annunciation, Second Nativity, Third Resurrection)

  13. The conclusion of the 3 feasts is said.


Last Updated: Oct 21, 2014 11:13:50 AM by minatasgeel
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